Question: What is the AUTO/STOP function on my Lenco turntable?

Answer: The AUTO/STOP function on your Lenco turntable is designed to automatically stop the turntable at the end of a record. This is to prevent the needle from spinning unnecessarily over the exit groove, which both saves energy and reduces wear and tear on your needle and record.

Q: Why does my record player sometimes stop too early during playback of some LPs?

Answer: With some LPs, the AUTO/STOP function may activate too early. This is usually caused by variations in the record's grooves, which the record player's mechanism can interpret as the end of the record. This is a well-known phenomenon that can occur with records with unusual groove patterns or where the music ends close to the edge of the record.

Q: Is there any way to fix this problem so that I can play my LPs in full?

Answer: Yes, most Lenco turntables offer the option to manually disable the AUTO/STOP function. Please refer to your specific model's manual for instructions on how to do this. Disabling this function allows you to play the LP in full without premature interruption. Remember to manually stop the turntable at the end of the record to avoid wear and tear.

Question: Can disabling the AUTO/STOP function cause damage to my turntable or LPs?

Answer: No, disabling the AUTO/STOP function will not in itself cause damage to your turntable or LPs. However, it is important to remember to stop the turntable itself at the end of the record to avoid unnecessary wear and tear on your needle and LP.

Q: What should I do if I need further support?

A: If you need further assistance or have other questions about your Lenco turntable, please contact our customer service team. We are ready to help you with all your questions and ensure you have the best possible listening experience with your Lenco turntable.